Found out husband cheats today what can't I say


#1

Hey LadyL
One you can not a divorce until one year one day of a seperation only then you can it if there is no problems. This stinks but you cannot tell hime to leave this is the law I don not like it but.
I am sorry that you are going though this I am going though it myself and I hate it but time this will be all over just like the song from Queen “I want to break free” if you have not heard it listen to it you will understand why.
Look into the laws if you have prove then take then to court for all they have I myself am doing the same thing and I hope I can take him for all he has.
I hope this helped you out a little only in time this will get better and it will.
Bye for now


#2

Awl…I can certainly relate…My husband has cheated on me and not only denied the fact of being married, he denied our children also. I am just coming to grips with this all andmust admit that it is very hurtful. Take one day at a time…don’t let him take you on a roller coaster ride; the way my husband has done me. Bottom line, get out of this crap as soon as you can because it will not get better…He’s had an experience, so to speak, with the “single life” and the grass greener on the other side…Let him see for himself that it’s BROWN AS HELL!!

Stef


#3

Dear LadyL:

Greetings. Talk to an attorney first, prior to saying anything. Thank you.

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#4

I found out my husband was cheating on me with 2 different women that did not know anything about him being married. We have a son together and the only property that we have is a car. He is with one of these women right now and he will be home tomorrow and I need to know what I can’t say to him that would mess up my furture divorce.